Once eCourts is live, eFiling will be required for attorneys for any new filings made in these four counties.
The Center is available to help people better understand our legal system.
The go-live date for the four pilot counties (Harnett, Johnston, Lee and Wake) for the eCourts ICMS and eFiling will be Monday, February 13.
Additional virtual (Webex) training dates for File & Serve are now available for attorneys, paralegals, and legal staff to register.
In order to ensure a successful launch, the decision has been made to delay the pilot county eCourts Odyssey ICMS.
The Odyssey ICMS is projected to launch in four pilot counties of Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wake.
Training sessions will be offered both virtually and in person for File and Serve in September. Attorneys may register now.
Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Rhonda Young as District Court Judge to Judicial District 10D, serving part of Wake County.
Governor Roy Cooper has announced two district court judge appointments for Judicial Districts 10 and 26.
The tour began in May 2021 and after tomorrow's visits, Newby will have visited 67 county courthouses across North Carolina.
Video and Podcast of the First Ladies of the North Carolina Judiciary Exhibit at Campbell School of Law
The tour is conducted by Campbell Law School Dean J. Rich Leonard.
All calls to judicial offices and court staff will need to be made using 10-digit dialing with the area code plus the number.
Appointments become effective August 1, 2021.
Clerk Soar succeeds Daniel Horne, who is retiring after over 30 years of service at the Court and who served as clerk of court since 2015.
Employees are recognized for 45 years of service.
Governor Roy Cooper appointments District Court judge in Wake County.
“First African Americans on the North Carolina Bench” Exhibit Comes to Wake County Justice Center Again
The exhibit features a timeline of the lives and achievements of each judge and justice from 1968-2006.
Governor Roy Cooper today announced judicial appointments to the North Carolina Superior Court and to the North Carolina District Court.
See the memo for full details regarding the modifications to court operations.
Mapping Reveals Extreme Racial Disparities in North Carolina Driver’s License Suspensions, New Website Offers Help
NCPBRC has created a story map project that reveals extreme racial disparities in North Carolina driver’s license suspensions by county.